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||IMDB Rating: 6.6/10 from AL votes
||Release: 20 February 2009 (Mexico) /
||Genre: Comedy, Drama, Romance
||Director: Edward Burns,
||Stars: Annette Arnold, Dara Coleman, Debra Messing, Dennis Farina, Edward Burns, Elizabeth Reaser, Heather Goldenhersh, Heather O'Neill, James Biberi, P.T. Walkley, Patrick Wilson, Peter Van Wagner, Sarah Hudnut, Selma Blair, William Williams
||Synopsis: Patti Petalson (Blair) struggles with the pressure of becoming the next important American writer.
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I have to say, I liked "Brother's McMullen" and "She's The One" when
they came out and find them to be in the same New York Tradition as a
lot of the other dying breed of New York Romance genre films. I also
enjoyed that I could download it via iTunes instead of having to make a
day of it to see it at one of the few theaters that still shows
Although not his best work, I think Purple Violets is still a laudable
addition to Burns filmography.
In regards to the comments by Micheal C., I think he must have recently
gotten a parking ticket, or woke up in bumper to bumper traffic because
clearly he isn't seeing the same film as others. As far as the story
not making any sense...what in particular didn't make any sense? In one
story line you have a woman who is dealing with a husband who is
increasingly unavailable and dealing with emotions from a love of her
In another storyline you have an alcoholic lawyer who is making amends
with his past, and maybe hoping that in addition to forgiveness he can
find his way back into the heart of the love of his life. You may think
that the story is unrealistic, a skeptic or jaded person might even
find the whole romantic aspect to it dated, but it hardly is
As far as Characters being obnoxious and performers overacting, and
script rife with clichés? This comment writer must have been watching
the latest iteration of Peter Pan or Tarzan, but certainly not this
movie. Ed Burns himself cannot be considered an over actor. If anything
he is usually more cognitive than emotive. I think that all the
players, save Messing, stay well within acceptable norms of behavior in
regards to "overacting." The only character I found to be uniformly
obnoxious is Donal Logue, who played Blair's British husband, and he
was supposed to be obnoxious. Interesting note: I have only seen my
sister's husband who is a chef cook once and I have eaten with them
many times. The last thing they want to do when home is cook anymore.
Finally as far as cliché goes, each romantic movie is going to have a
bit of cliché in it. But there is always the aspect of character to
make it at least something to follow and get into, and I think the
characters in this movie offer that, and in fresh new ways. Besides,
you really can't have it both ways, either a script makes no sense (not
cliché) or is predictable (cliche) you can't have it both ways. I think
the film balances some age old romantic plot devices with some new
fresh commentary on various aspects of modern life.
As far as it being the worst movie the writer had seen all year, the
comment writer must not get out much. I have seen many worse movies
over the span of the year. Some I have forgotten, others I wish I could
I don't think the writer of said comments actually watched the movie
and seemed more annoyed by small aspects of it. For instance, his wife
does not catch him masturbating to internet porn, but to 900 numbers.
And although one can be annoyed at people with money carping about
unhappiness, it does happen. Money does not make problems go away.
Hate to say this, but not all writers sit around and bat witticisms to
one another while sipping Manhattans, and I bet there are many lawyers
who don't get that much into their clients business. Finally, it is a
movie, if you wanted it to be a true life biography about a writer
watch Faulkner week on the history channel.
That being said, it takes all kinds.
Tags for Purple Violets Full Movie
, Dara Coleman
, Debra Messing
, Dennis Farina
, Edward Burns
, Elizabeth Reaser
, Heather Goldenhersh
, Heather O'Neill
, James Biberi
, P.T. Walkley
, Patrick Wilson
, Peter Van Wagner
, Sarah Hudnut
, Selma Blair
, William Williams
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